A new mural by local artist Katie Trainer can be found on the side of the Democratic Headquarters in downtown Lebanon.
Looking for something family-friendly, fun and educational to do this weekend? The 30th Annual Union Canal Days event takes place Saturday and Sunday, offering attractions for all ages and tastes.
Visit Lebanon recently released a new Lebanon Valley Libations Trail to help visitors and locals alike get a taste (literally) of the different varieties of adult beverages that are produced locally.
Ever wanted to visit Bordner’s Cabin? Here’s a preview of what to expect, and a guide on how to do it.
No matter how you plan on celebrating Star Wars Day, it’s worth noting that the Lebanon Valley has some connections to a galaxy far, far away.
Growing up since just one year old in Myerstown, Pennsylvania Secretary of Corrections John Wetzel sees Lebanon County as his home.
Local author David Bohr’s first novel “The Pride of Central,” a baseball tale set here in Lebanon County, is an impressive entry into the genre.
A native of Lebanon and current resident of Myerstown has dedicated his life to the promotion and education and research of picture post cards.
Olivia Farabaugh has become a staple of the Central Pennsylvania music scene, but over the last few years she has started to make inroads in Music City.
At a ceremony held late last month, Henry W. Smith, a Lebanon native, received France’s highest honor for his service defending that country.
A Lebanon native led a fundraising effort at St. Joseph’s to support cystic fibrosis awareness and helped raise more than $40,000.
Cedar Crest grad Chad Ryland had no expectations coming into his freshman season at Eastern Michigan University—but if he had, there’s no doubt they would have been exceeded by what he’s achieved these last seven months.
A Myerstown man has been confirmed as deceased following his disappearance in mid March.
The Pennsylvania Commission for Women held a Female Veterans Day ceremony yesterday in which two Lebanon County women were among those recognized for their military service and selfless sacrifice to Pennsylvania and the nation.
Photographer Scott Church’s new podcast, ScottChurch American Photographer, is finding its audience.